Since my "freezing" history is well documented as grandpae on the Patients Like Me site, I would suggest anyone who's interested look there. What I'm experiencing lately, however, is freezing of my hands when I'm in a stopped position and holding on with both hands. It occurs most frequently when I'm using my U-STEP walker or while standing over a urinal. I also experience it occasionally with my hands/arms and my feet/legs when I'm lying in bed. It hasn't caused me any big problems, instead being more of a nuisance. When I'm standing and this occurs, shifting weight on my hands/arms works well, which is somewhat similar to shifting weight on my legs when dealing with freezing of my feet/kegs.
Speaking of freezing of feet/legs while moving, that is progressively getting worse. Somewhat surprisingly I don't have any pain whatsoever associated with this. My feet/legs feel like they're in quicksand and even though I can't lift them to walk, I can slide them and move quite easily that way. I have to use my walker all the time. What really causes me trouble is trying to turn from a stopped position. If I'm moving and able to make wide enough turns, it works pretty well. When I need to make a 180 degree turn from a stopped position, however, it's really difficult. If I'm on a hard surface and don't have shoes on with sticky soles, pivoting on my heels works very well.
I'm getting along very well, all things considered, and would be interested in hearing from anyone having similar symptoms.